Achieve More: 10bn is a three week programme for second year students at the University of Sheffield, which explores one of the biggest questions facing humanity: How will we live in a world of 10 billion?
Staff and students from the Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures are taking part in several events during 10bn, some of which are open to the public. You can find out more about each event and register to attend below.
Monday 13 February: Who are the 10 billion? – keynote lecture
Venue: Auditorium, Sheffield Students’ Union
Speakers: Professor Tony Ryan OBE (Grantham Centre) and Professor Paul White Department of Geography
Open to: students, staff, members of the public
Monday 20 February: 10bn Expo – Grantham Centre stand
Venue: The Diamond, ground floor, by reception
Meet students and staff from the Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures to find out more about interdisciplinary sustainability research at the University of Sheffield
Open to: students, staff
Thursday 23 February: Water futures: security, footprints and policy – talkTime: 2pm-4pmVenue: Lecture Theatre 2, Firth Court
Speakers: Dr Vanessa Speight and Caroline Wadsworth (Sheffield Water Centre), Professor James Wilsdon (Nexus Network), Dr Manoj Menon (Grantham Centre)Open to: undergraduate students
Wednesday 1 March: Grantham Scholars research seminarTime: 1.30pm-2.30pm
Venue: Conference Room, Interdisciplinary Centre of the Social Sciences
Discuss interdisciplinary research projects with Grantham Scholars Theresa Nelson, Harry Wright and Georgios-Andreas PapagiannidisOpen to: undergraduate students